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kept the f.b.i. team waiting for more than five weeks -- five weeks when they were finally granted access. four months later, the administration still has not discussed the serious between the groups behind the benghazi attack and the leaders of the attack on the u.s. embassies in cairo, tunis the same week of september 11. four months later, following the pickering report on state department failures leading up to the attack, not a single state department employee has been fired and held responsible for their role in denying adequate security for the consulate in benghazi. four months later, despite secretary clinton's september 21 declaration, quote, which said, what happened was a terrorist attack, we will not rest until we have tracked down and brought to justice the terrorists who murdered four americans, end of quote. this administration seems to have not only rested but to have moved on, and apparently hopes that the congress and the american people will too. and today, just today, "the new york times" is reporting, quote, several ejips members of a squad of militant that --
the fbi that jack knew perfectly well that was the impression he would wear a trenchcoat because it afforded them protection in the field. he was given access to the medical records and he showed most events were wounded in the backcourt on the soles of their feet and it was an important break in this story to disprove what the troopers had been saying that the students opened fire and threw molotov cocktails. that is what i mean by pushing the envelope. >> years after that he would tell that story on himself. >> sounds like a saint to be. [laughter] later it became -- became considered inappropriate you was reluctant to acknowledgement now he has done it again with "scoop." ambassador young, that massacre is one example of jack bringing investigative reporting to the civil rights story also the fbi involvement killing, the meridian bombing, the attempted set up by the fbi that led to the rest of the klansman, murder in athens. tell me the impact of having that type of news coverage on the movement had on the national understanding of what was going on. >> we really understood th
, and it to look at the medical records of the students. and the administrator that he meant the fbi, which set new perfectly well that was the impression he was giving. he used to wear that pressed their cut in the trench coat that reporters just like fbi man because it afforded them a certain amount of protection sometimes in the field. anyway, he was given access to those medical records, and he showed that most of the students were wounded running away in the back. there were shot in the back or missiles of the feet. it was important break in a story to disprove what the troopers had been saying, that they had to find that the students had opened fire on them and have thrown molotov cocktails. so that is what i mean by pushing the envelope a little bit. >> he to five years after that he would tell that story on himself. >> that sounds like a saint to me. [laughter] >> i think later it would have been considered inappropriate to do such things when we writing her book. he was reluctant to go back and knowledge of hit and that. now he has done it again, and glad to see that. ambassador young, the
. >> kelly is a one-and led to the fbi investigation that blew the lid off the cia director david put traces affair with his biographer paul brought wealth. >> he later resigned from his post as the director of the cia. >> secretary of state hillary clinton will go for two congressional panels today to testify about the september attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. four americans were killed including ambassador chris stevens. >> congressional republicans have accused the obama administration of ignoring signs of deteriorating security in libya. >> a 16 member panel called the sandy hook advisory commission, formed the best- after the connecticut school shooting will have its first meeting this week. >> the group will get updates on the shooting investigation and hear presentations from experts involved in the aftermath of the columbine and virginia tech tragedies. >> the group includes public safety mental health experts. the goal is to come up with recommendations on school safety, a mental health and gun violence prevention. the group's initial report is due by march 15th. >>
to the fbi and when i came to washington, i passed the information to the cia, and ever since, i never even talked to the guy again in my life, and kerry used this individual who had been put in jail for 46 years, into promoting the idea that the vice president knew about it and authorized this type of an operation, and i was involved in getting the money for the contras. actually, i was in el salvador flying at the time when my wife called me, and told me there was a story in the miami herald saying about that, which i told her, "forget about it -- is nothing true to it." but she was very concerned because people doesn't know us and they read this in the paper, and it is very detrimental to you, to your family and your integrity. so i did go and testify in private with senator kerry. it was a very strong hearing and they didn't want to do it in an open hearing at the time, and then it took me well over a year to testify openly, and when they did, which i hoped c-span could cover it, because he made sure that c-span did cover the hearing with meleone rodriguez. and i specifically requested
. the f.b.i. ising after a government website got hacked. the department of sentencing. anonymous is taking responsibility . they are threatening to disclose secret information that was hijacked from other websites. they are avenging the suicide of thar republican swartz. friend and relatives said the government hounded him for posting government reportos line. >> new concerns and call for immediate action. salt lake city has a toxic air problem. the amount of soot in the air is three times the federal clean air limits. doctors say it is dangerous and can cause lung problems and they want authority to do something about it they are following the story now. dominic. >> it is alarming call from the do of severe health repercutions for the public. a weather condition has left a ca of cold air over the city and trapping in all of the polushion. doctors are pleading with the authority to declare a public health emergency because the illnesses that the public face being be fatal. >> women that are pregnant right now will miscarry. some wome will develop preclamsyia and a few more babies
family, working with the fbi and the u.s. embassy in turkey to find her. >>> the state department is calling for the release of an american pastor sentenced to skral time in iran. he was sentenced to eight years behind bars. the idaho native was accused of spreading christianity there, which is considered an attempt to undermine security. a state department spokesperson says the agency considers the sentence a persecution of religious freedom. >>> a new video of worsening violence in egypt. protesters and police continue to clash even after a deadly weekend. more than 50 were killed in protests in cairo. the demonstrations started last week as the country marked the two-year anniversary of the revolution. mohammed morsi will sit down with fellow lawmakers to figure out how to stop the violence. morsi has dee layered a can you are few in three cities. >>> hillary clinton begins her final week as secretary of state. we've learned that friday will be her last day as head of the state department. this week the senate expected to vote on confirming john kerry as her successor. on cbs'
the communities to make sure our neighborhood are safe. >>> the secret service, fbi, capitol police, national guard and other agencies will also be on duty. in the district, karen gray houston, fox 5 news. >>> metro officials say they learned from the 2009 inauguration and they are more prepared this time around. instead of charging for parking on the way into a lot they'll be charging as you exit. they held special weekend hours to sell those cards along with the commemorative version which are sold out. like 2009 you should get your smartrip card tonight if you can instead of waiting until tomorrow and they are urging you to plan your trip so you don't have to transfer lines. you can pick up any line you need. they all get you close to the mall. you do want to give yourself some extra time tomorrow if you plan on driving downtown. several roads will be closed as crowds begin to gather for festivities. spanning from pennsylvania avenue to second and up to 15th streets, those will be closed and beware, the smithsonian archives and mount vernon square metro stations will be closed as well tomo
charged with a felony actually plead guilty? they don't go to trial? >> we have an fbi statistics, 12 million to 13 million people get arrested. from those people, many millions will be charged. if 90% are pleading guilty, we are funneling people into the prison system. we are not giving them their day in court, which is what the sixth amendment -- >> why did they plead guilty? >> the sentences are so stiff, particularly in the south, it is very difficult to look at your client and say, "i am going to trial." it is someone's life on the line creek people say, two years, three years, not a big deal. i challenge anyone to spend a day in prison. it is incredibly tents, dispiriting place. when clients are looking at long sentences, we're looking at 10 years, he will take five years, even though that is a long time. then you become a fellow with all the collateral consequences. >> lawyer turned filmmaker. what did you learn in the process? >> we must surprised by making this film? >> i was a civil litigator and practiced in a wonderful firm. i had a lot of resources. i had an assistant, a
is back up and running and the fbi is handling the case as a criminal investigation. the site was shut down for a couple hours yesterday. the hackers made it known it was pay back for the suicide of web activist aaron schwartz. he was facing federal computer fraud charges. >>> in egypt, at least 30 people were killed in clashes in. protesters were trying to storm a prison. they wanted to reach 21 people sentenced to death last week for their part in a deadly soccer riot last year. >>> moving to bangladesh a deadly factory fire killed seven, mostly women. a first floor exit was locked and there were no fire alarms. >>> two months ago, more than 100 people died in a similar clothing factory fire in beng ludash. >>> back in the u.s., gun control advocates are hoping a weekend protest in washington will bring some real changes. thousands of protesters marched on the national mall yesterday. some held up the names of victims of gun violence, survivors of mass shootings were also there. protesters are calling on congress to reinstate the ban on military-style assault weapons and require univ
really cut spending is p by doing things like firing people at the fbi. because veteran spending is going to increase automatically. president obama wants to spend more on education. that's tough. so these cuts go into effect, but they might find very quickly that it's very difficult to actually implement them. >> last thing here to you, chris, we're hearing about a couple of senators not going to be -- not going to seek re-election. talking about harkin, saxby chambliss. chambliss cited the gridlock in washington as part of the reason him wanting to step away. get your reaction to both of these men not seeking re-election. and also what are your thoughts on chambliss actually citing what's happening in washington as part of the reason for him wanting to get out of there? >> i think what we're seeing right now is a generational change in washington. chambliss and harkin and guys like that are part of that change. and it's interesting particularly in chambliss's case as you point out he does cite the partisan gridlock. but he's also part of that old republican guard. he's very close friend
socialite's that prompted david petraeus to resign as cia director. that is general john allen. the fbi uncovered messages from the marine general during its investigation of david petraeus last year. he has been cleared. allegations of professional misconduct were not substantiated by the investigation. the secretary news from the obama administration. the u.s. representative -- u.s. trade representative ron kirk will leave the administration by the end of february. the white house confirmed this. his departure was widely expected after he said last year he was planning to leave and return to his native texas. asked representative, he was responsible for developing and recommending american trade policy to the president. other headlines, this from israel. prime minister benjamin netanyahu wins, but it takes a big hit. israel was thrown into political chaos in iraq after and his party suffered a setback in the nation's first elected in four years, but his party did win. he does retain his position. that's the doorpost. another international story. russia is ready with talks -- for talks
are the people who are being prosecuted? where are the suspects in custody? is that for her to answer or the f.b.i. and why don't we have answers about that? >> we don't have answers 'cause they haven't done anything. one thing they called an f.b.i. investigation, which is a criminal investigation, this was obviously an act of terror. but by saying it doesn't matter, then that sets aside or diminishes the importance of all the measures they failed to take. there were warnings. there was attacks on a british ambassador. there was a request to keep an additional security force there because of the rising threat. it was obvious that there was -- including rather urgent messages september by our am -- sent by our ambassador back to washington which she said she never saw. i was in tripoli with christopher stevens on july 7. he was deeply concerned about security there. cnn reporter found a message from him weeks later in the burned out consulate. so look, this thing has been a cover-up. i'm sorry to tell you that probably the adoring media will now say, well, that chapter is over. well, it's not over
interviewed the people who were there. instead of saying, no we cannot talk to them because an fbi investigation was going on. host: front page. our next call is an independent from ohio. caller: good morning. i have two. . first, there is no doubt in my mind what happened was muddied for political reasons. if you refuse to associate with a government that plays politics when their allies in the balance of decisions, everybody lies, but the question i asked is who gets the worst results. the second is on the kind of language used in the inquiries. the state department dropped the ball on libya. nobody asked a simple direct question, why did you deny repeated requests for more protection. by giving a tirade, they dilute the force of the simple question. the hardest and most useful question to answer is a simple direct one. host: thank you for calling. a couple of facebook comments. we have plenty more time for your postings and phone calls. we do want to spend a couple of minutes with eight journalists talking about another huge story. it started yesterday and will continue today wi
cia chief is spying. >> we see more vips arriving right now. bob mueller, fbi director, at the bottom of the screen with his wife. long-serving fbi director. we saw the acting cia director, michael morrell walking in. incoming, assuming, he is confirmed cia director, john brennan, coming in. watching what's going on. this year, you can also be part of cmn's coverage of this president a coverage of the inauguration. explain away. >> reporter: everybody here hold up your phones. this crowd has phones. this is the first time we have had a presidential inauguration with instagram. the most socially connected political event ever because of these. so we here at cnn are asking you because this is about you. this is about the community. we want to you take a picture of yourself watching inauguration, watching the swearing-in, on capitol hill, today. we want you to upload it to instagram. this is about you sharing your view of history with us. include a caption. why is this for for you to be watching this historic occasion here on this monday in washington. we have already gotten a couple of
behavior, where there was very little evidence of wrongdoing. the fbi and the justice department had been reviewing all these e-mails, as part of their investigation of general petraeus. and they threw them all over the pentagon. the pentagon goes, geez, what do we do now? and they decided, gosh, i guess we better investigate them. so the inspector general at the pentagon was ordered by secretary panetta from his plane, he's traveling and says, gosh, we better do the investigation. so that's been rolling along. and there was never a thought to be evidence of real wrongdoing. general allen has been held up. he's our commander in kabul. he's a very fine general. and so it's good that this finally ended today. >> so what we've got, 9:00 eastern time, in about 15 minutes, the benghazi hearings, and secretary of state hillary clinton. what can we expect? >> this is going to be a tough swan song for secretary clinton. she's been such a tireless secretary of state, and she's going to be held to account by republicans, who are still upset about what happened in benghazi, where four americans were
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